Summary: When Shadow is introduced to a Hyrulean holiday celebrating different kinds of relationships, he starts to question whether his feelings for Vio are really as platonic as he has believed them to be for the past two years. But even if he lets himself admit that it’s romantic love, he can’t escape the feeling that he’s getting it wrong somehow. That he’s missing some crucial piece.
Who would expect a shadow-demon to be able to love properly, anyway?
asexual!Shadow, internalized acephobia/self-loathing, and lots of
pining. Which makes it sound like a much sadder story than it actually
is. I swear it ends well!
Today is the feast day of Saint David, the patron saint of Wales. Traditionally daffodils (a symbol of Wales) and leeks (a symbol of Saint David) are worn.
This is a hand-coloured lithograph of daffodils, printed by Day & Haghe in the 1840s. The original drawing was by Jane Webb Loudon (1807-1858), and it featured in her book ‘The ladies’ flower garden of ornamental bulbous plants’ with 57 other botanical prints.
*Mo kissed him for a challenge, thinking that when the other had dropped his guard he would have strangled his neck. But, in the end, he was the one that dropped his guard, and both lost themselves in the kiss.*
Once again, I changed the prompts for the last few days because the original ones sucked, just fyi
Day 28 was absolutely satisfying to draw in every way
This is Niscient, the only uncorrupted black hole in the entire Iconoclasm Universe, which is why his appearance is so different from the others. He wields a half of a pair of scissors that can cut through time and space, and has a habit of turning into a roomba-like creature to scare newcomers.
Fun fact, Niscient used to be a persona of mine, and also one of my previous internet handles c: